- List of known users of Wikimedia web APIs specifying main uses.
- Metrics of quantitative use of these APIs
There are two ways to discover this
- WMF staff and community update page(s) about users of the API based on what they know, e.g. "I met with LoveMyMusic and they show artist details" or "Here's a screenshot of Wikipedia lookup on Kindle"
- proposed public page: Clients of Wikimedia APIs
- we analyze the user agents and possibly hosts from the improved action API logs and other API logs
Note (also on the public page) there are also people building services from Wikipedia dumps, the RecentChanges stream, and (possibly?) the Wikimedia update feed services. They are not clients of our web APIs.
Issue how much of this is private, on an office.wikimedia.org page rather than a public page [[ API:Clients of Wikimedia APIs]]? It seems mentioning use of Wikimedia by a public service or app is uncontroversial, but if a client uses Wikimedia APIs for a private internal use, is it OK to list it? And should the quantitative metrics be public?